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Dead or Alive 5 (PS3)

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Platform : PlayStation 3
24 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B0087BTXCK
  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 1.6 x 16.8 cm ; 100 g
  • Release Date: 28 Sept. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,196 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3

Dead Or Alive 5 marries the signature fighting style of the popular Dead Or Alive series with stunning new graphics, new online features, and new martial arts techniques to create a strong new direction for the franchise.

In Dead Or Alive 5 players will once again take on the roles of the cast of Dead Or Alive fighters in an intense, action-packed brawler set in visually striking locations from around the world. The famed Dead Or Alive hand-to-hand combat returns, supported by completely new 3D stages that update the series' characteristic style with a fresh look and feel.

Dead Or Alive 5 stages are more than spectacular visual backdrops, instead playing to a fighter's strengths. As a fight progresses, the backdrop will change and interact with players. Skilled fighters will be able to utilize these dynamic stages to pit their opponents against fresh obstacles to create a new fighting experience. This fusion of combat and dynamically changing backdrops is a formula for the evolution of fighting games as "Fighting Entertainment".

With a sensual yet realistic style, Dead Or Alive 5 characters are rendered in incredibly lifelike detail. From smooth, lithe muscles to emotive facial expressions, every character comes to life. Characters can even perspire as they fight, with realistic depiction of wet skin, damp hair, and moist, semi-translucent clothing as the match progresses.

Along with a rich array of single player modes including story mode, Dead Or Alive 5 offers new online options with arcade-style matches, tournaments, and social features. Players can be paired into one-off matches or work their way up the leaderboards for the honor and prestige of competing with players from around the world for top spot on leaderboards.

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 1 Oct. 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
This is the first time I've bought dead or alive for a console (previously played in arcades)

The game itself is quite easy to pick up and includes lots of different modes;

Story mode
Online mode - Simple match, lobby match, ranked match.
Survival
Time attack
Versus
Arcade

The graphics are 10/10 they match up to any fighting games from recent times (MK9 + TTT2). The actual fighting is smooth and combos are easy to pull off, though one downfall currently is that there is a lag (once) in almost every match offline or online so hopefully this can be sorted by a patch repair download.

There are many characters to choose from all with unique moves and styles which varies the fighting styles. The game allows you to choose various courses (difficulty) to allow you to challenge yourself to your relevant skill level.

The fight stages are awesome and very detailed and some have activation zones where you can damage your opponent using the environment (way better than what TTT2 offers).

Overall I would recommend this game especially if you are in to your fighting games.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Marty on 29 Sept. 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
It's been a while since a Dead or Alive game has been released. That time could hinder a game series, however DOA5 proves how time away can make for an impressive comeback.

This is still DOA as fans know it; it's visually beautiful, fluid and addictive to play and has a kick ass soundtrack. The one thing that has been greatly improved however, is the story. There's an actual story mode involving every character that is for the most part very entertaining. The best scenes come from Kasumi and Hayate, Tina, Christie and new guy Rig. The voice acting is particularly convincing for these characters, and the action scenes are awesome.

There's a lot of other offline modes to enjoy too, and again, it really feels like they've been thought out. Each type of play has a tier system to work through, increasing difficulty each time in a way that gradually builds your skills up instead of throwing you in an impossible fight from the off.

Online is fantastic, probably one of the most enjoyable fighters to play online. There is again, a variety of modes to play and they're all very polished. All modes can be played in Solo or Tag battle, too.

A nice extra bonus is the addition of a few Virtua Fighter 5 characters, adding nicely to the modest but well designed roster of old and new DOA fighters.

DOA5 is by the far the best in the series, and to be honest, there is only one flaw that slightly hinders the experience. The graphics are generally stunning, but there is a lack of consistency. Character models are the best I've seen in a fighting game to date, but stages can look very rough around the edges and a little rushed, which is a shame because they are very well designed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul Lague on 7 May 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
Great update to a good series of games, and yay for Amazon stocking it as non of the local stores had it or would not even order it when asked, and it was cheaper then the PSN store version too:)

Great graphics,great enviroments and move list, good music and if you check the PSN store carefully,there is some free upgrades for it amongst the pay for stuff. It may be an older game now but well worth the price!
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By Paul J. Beadle on 6 Oct. 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
what can i say about this game. other than buy it, graphics are superb, it has all the old fighters from previous daed or alive games plus ones you can unlock as well from virtua fighter games, more than 20+ altogether. it has a great story mode plus arcade,versus, plus training mode and above all it ain't that hard to master either pretty much like the other dead or alive games before. you have got to get this game, trust me your love it!
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I love the gameplay and the complexity you can get when emerging yourself in the fighting mechanics. Only gripe i haven with the game is that I would have loved to have more game modes and more characters to unlock instead of mainly costumes..
But overall a buy well worth it for people who enjoy fighting games, beginners and long timers alike.
The game really shines when played with your buds.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dennis Duong on 15 Dec. 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Dont be fooled by thinking "this is nothing more than a fan service game", give it a chance and you will realise that it's a great game with much depth in fighting mechanics, competativity and skills. -More than titles like tekken, which is very easy to get into and play with friends, but less than Super street fighter which IS the mostcompetative fighter. But lets not compare it to other titles...

DOA5 has the best graphics of any fighting game and amazing dynamic stagesg which no other fighting can probably match. Stages are excellent but i feel there are too few since i want more sceneries to enjoy. Like how can they have swimsuit and school uniform costumes without a beach or school/gym stage? Its just my op.. But the options of stages get few especiallt for tag team mode, when the stages are limited to the larger ones.
Graphics are stunning and everything is rendered excellent. Details like dirt , water and sweat changes the characters clothing and body appearance in a very good way. Theres probably going to be more stages as dlc tho which im looking forward to

Gameplay is very deep, fast paced, and combo/counter based. It uses and is very centric around the triangle system. Strikes < holds < throws < strikes means that every move has a counter and its all about predicting the opponent and mindgames to dish out as much damage as possible. Since the game is so centric of this system, only two buttons are for striking (punch, kick. Also heavy punch for p+k, and heavy kick for k+h). This is the basis to why i would bring tekken over doa to a friends party where nobody is a true gamer, -since there is only two buttons to mash. Since strikes counters throws, they wont even have use of the x button and newbies dont understand how to hold.
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